https://dictionary.cambridge.org/us/dic ... sh/fascismfascism
noun [ U ] POLITICS (also Fascism)
US /ˈfæʃ.ɪ.zəm/ UK /ˈfæʃ.ɪ.zəm/
a political system based on a very powerful leader, state control, and being extremely proud of country and race, and in which political opposition is not allowed
Now, the example:
Loudoun County is a Washington DC suburb in Northern VA (NOVA). The Loudoun County School Board is getting ready to vote on a new code of conduct.
https://www.dailysignal.com/2020/10/06/ ... kifQ%3D%3DAccording to a draft of a policy, “Any comments that are not in alignment with the school division’s commitment to action-oriented equity practices” will be subject to punishment.
The proposed change would cover all communication by Loudoun County Schools’ employees, on campus or off, by telephone, in person, or on social media,” according to a report from West Nova News.
In addition, any kind of speech perceived as “undermining the views, positions, goals, policies or public statements” of Superintendent Eric Williams or the school board will not be tolerated.
Employees will be directed to report anyone who does not follow the guidelines.
Why the need for such a radical code of conduct that most likely violates the 1st Amendment rights of employees? The Loudoun County school board is implementing critical race theory. Now, they add to their document that they have no intention of violating any 1st Amendment rights, but go on to add a “but”...
So, ANYTHING said, even in the privacy of your home, that does not support the superintendent’s stated goals, and is reported, could cost you your job...
... however, based upon an individualized inquiry, speech, including but not limited to via social media, on matters of public concern may be outweighed by the school division’s interest in the following.”
The following includes: “Achieving consistent application of the board’s and superintendent’s stated mission, goals, policies and directives, including protected class equity, racial equity, and the goal to root out systemic racism.”
Again, this does not just apply when staff are working in an official capacity at school, but whenever they say or do anything on campus or off.
That’s facism, pure and simple...
Change my mind...